Delano Munoz Whatts
The Jackson Presidency
The Jacksonian Democracy was a policy of spreading more political power to more people. It was a more like a “Common Man" theme. Jacksonian Democracy did more than represent the common man, it ushered in an entire new era of the people that would go on to affect the future of America as well.
The Indian removal act was a law signed by President Andrew Jackson in 1830 providing for the resettlement of Native Americans to lands west of the Mississippi River. From 1830 to 1840 approximately 60,000 Native Americans were forced to migrate. Of some 11,500 Cherokees moved in 1838, about 4,000 died along the way.
The trail of tears was the harsh journey the Native Americans had to endure while moving west because of the Indian Removal act that was signed by Andrew Jackson. Many Native Americans died while on the journey because of the harsh conditions and many became very ill.
The Nat Turner rebellion was about a black slave of the early nineteenth century, who led the only effective slave rebellion in American history. He and his supporters killed several dozen white people in Virginia before he was captured; he was hanged in 1831. Although Turner's rebellion led to a severe reaction among the slaveholders, it demonstrated that not all slaves were willing to accept their condition passively.
Slave codes were in the early 18th century laws limiting the rights of Blacks, giving almost absolute authority to white masters, color was the only factor in determining if someone subject to slave codes.
The black hawk war was caused early in the 1830's, when white settlers in western Illinois and eastern Iowa placed great pressure on the Native American people there to move west of the Mississippi River. Native American tribes visited Chief Black Hawk of the Sauk tribe. Black Hawk led a rebellion against the United States. The war started in Illinois and spread to the Wisconsin Territory. It ended in August...
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